News and Updates
Since 1979, we at the Maryland League of Conservation Voters have been scoring our legislators on important environmental issues. On July 23rd, we released our 2014 Environmental Scorecard.
As the watchdog of Annapolis on environmental issues, we grade each delegate and senator on how they voted on the conservation issues that matter most. How did your legislators do?
This scorecard is YOUR TOOL to see how well your elected officials performed. Did they represent your values? Did they vote with you in mind?
Don't know who your legislators are? Click here to find out!
Check your mailbox for a scorecard from us to share with friends and family - if you don't receive one or want additional copies -call our offices at 410-280-9855.
Join us in Silver Spring on July 23rd for our 2014 Scorecard Release Party!
Every year, we work to hold elected officials accountable for their actions and decisions by publishing a scorecard highlighting legislators' voting records on issues that impact the environment.These scorecards help provide voters with a clear record of who supports the environment, and who doesn't.
This is a free event!
The environment was a clear winner this election cycle.
Nearly 90% of our 112 endorsed #MDVotesGreen2014 candidates have been elected in their primary election and they are one step closer to representing us in the Maryland General Assembly.
We set out to elect a pro-conservation Administration and Attorney General, build a pro-conservation majority in the Senate, and maintain a pro-conservation majority in the House of Delegates . With a large number of open seats and contested races, we made unprecedented investments in coordinated and independent campaigns this primary season to move voters to Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, Ken Ulman, Brian Frosh, Jim Brochin and Brooke Lierman, among others.
Thank you for your support and now onto the General Election in November!